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These trails are so easy you can push your grandma in a wheelchair!

You know we feature a lot of hikes, but did you know there are lots of amazing stroller and wheelchair trails? These trails are either stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly or both! Be sure to click each header and read all about it before going.

Kays Creek | Layton | Stroller & Wheelchair

Beus Pond | Ogden | Stroller & Wheelchair

Red Hills Desert Garden | St. George | Stroller & Wheelchair

Ogden Nature Center | Ogden | Stroller

Coal Creek Canyon Trail | Cedar City | Stroller & Wheelchair

City Creek Canyon Trail | Salt Lake City | Stroller & Wheelchair

Cascade Springs | Midway | Stroller & Wheelchair

Farmington Creek Trail | Farmington | Stroller & Wheelchair

Snowbird Barrier Free Trail | Little Cottonwood Canyon | Stroller

Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve | Layton | Stroller & Wheelchair

Temple Quarry | Little Cottonwood Canyon | Stroller

Ogden's River Parkway | Ogden | Stroller & Wheelchair

American Fork Canyon Nature Trail | American Fork Canyon | Stroller

Lower Emerald Pool Trail | Zion National Park | Stroller

Yes, we pushed a little umbrella stroller to the Emerald Falls.

Cascade Springs | Alpine Loop | Stroller & Wheelchair

Bridal Veil Falls | Provo Canyon | Stroller

Hike The U | Salt Lake City | Stroller

Devil’s Kitchen | Nebo Loop | Stroller

Mill B South Interpretive Trail | Big Cottonwood Canyon | Stroller

Payson Lakes | Nebo Loop | Stroller

Scott M. Matheson Preserve | Moab | Stroller

Dripping Rock | Spanish Fork | Stroller

Weeping Rock Trail | Zion National Park | Stroller

While it's steep, we did see a gal with her stroller at the top!

Jensen Nature Park | Syracuse | Stroller & Wheelchair

Bristlecone Loop | Bryce Canyon National Park | Stroller & Wheelchair

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Moya Fri, 06/03/2016 - 08:38

I have trouble walking and use a cane , so I'm hopeful I can do some of these trails for wheel chairs , strollers etc..I miss nature and the hikes I used to do quite often. Thank you for your post.

Staci Mon, 06/06/2016 - 05:01

Just an FYI, you have the same trail on here twice. The Midway and the Alpine Loop Cascade Springs are the same trail. This trail system happens to have two parking lots, the lower (your Midway entry) and an upper (the Alpine Loop entry).

Jordan Sun, 06/12/2016 - 20:10

Check out the trail from big rock candy mountain to sevier on the border of Paiute and sevier counties

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